The Lout document formatting system : an alternative to LaTeX and Groff

Lout is a document formatting system designed and implemented by Jeffrey
Kingston at the Basser Department of Computer Science, University of
Sydney, Australia. The system reads a high-level description of a document
similar in style to LaTeX and produces a PostScript file which can be
printed on most laser printers and graphic display devices. Plain text
output is also available, PDF output is limited but working (e.g. no
graphics). Lout is inherently multilingual. Adding new languages is easy.

Source Files
Filename Size Changed
design.pdf 0000148047 145 KB over 3 years
expert-guide.pdf 0000445944 435 KB over 3 years
lout-3.40-cve.patch 0000003887 3.8 KB 4 months
lout-3.40.tar.gz 0002172651 2.07 MB almost 7 years
lout.changes 0000001174 1.15 KB 4 months
lout.spec 0000003790 3.7 KB 4 months
makefile.patch 0000000819 819 Bytes over 3 years
slides.pdf 0000044806 43.8 KB over 3 years
user-guide.pdf 0001495693 1.43 MB over 3 years
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